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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 12 December 1888

pet? r V't - '■-. fdt- sss ;..- • ?si! «fe Mi fee- ,.;v Ife, **: &lf] ^ÜSÜu RKUS| Canadian Free Press. CANADIAN, TEXAS Beach has again defeated Hanlan in Australia, Hanlan as an oarsman is a reminiscence, not a reality. Queen Victoria, with the inconsis- tency of her sex, opposes vivisection but ©«courages fox hunting. "M. Gilly of Paris refuses to fight duels with the men whose reputations he has assaildd. His victims say that he bears an appropriate name. . Senor Piedkaiiita, an electrician, of Bogota, has patented a telegraphic de- vice which works without batteries. He claims that it will revolutionize tele- graphy. It is said that when Gen. Boulanger obtains a divorce from his present wife he will marry one of the richest widows in France. Who said Boulanger is not an able man ? Sam Small says that he has been sustaining systematic defeat for twenty- 3ve years. If he has a few more such defeats as he has lately enjoyed he will be a millionaire. Mrs. Oscar Wilde has been lec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 12 December 1888

$>Wi e&&* -J REaÉ&S DEVOUT ESSENCE t ® Basin of the Heart That Bubbles With Sin Is Transform- ed Into a Reservoir of Sacred-* ness by the Rev. Tal magro r- The Departed Still Living" His Text. Oar Beloved Departed are Costumed in the Jfoet Brilliant of Holy Habiliments— They Shining With a Holy Lustre. Special to The Kansaa City TIme3. ~ Brooklyn-, Dec., 9.—The Rev. T. DeWitt ÍTalmage, D. D., preached to-day on "Our Departed Still Living." His text was Genesis ch. 45, v. 27 and 28: "And when he ■aw the wagon which Joseph had sent to "carry him, the spirit of Jacob their father revived. And Israel said, It is enough; Joseph my son is yet alive." Dr. Talmage said: " The Egyptian capital was the focus of the World's wealth. In ships and barges, there had been brought to it from India frankin- cense, and cinnamon, and ivory, and diamonds; from the North, marble and iron; from Syria, purple and silk; from Greece, some of the finest horses of the world, and some of the most...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 12 December 1888

m J < 3y¿'"■- '.: v >V,- *¿- ? Canadian Free ^ ^ OFFICIAL OBGAN OF HE COUNTY. L f. mu Editar aad Preprict §1.50 FKR YEAR; «1 FOB SIX MONTH* STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. imUHKD EVERY WEDNESDAY AT CANADIAN. TEXAS. :~y ~Í'V" r* :*-i^3 £• V"- n IfSfcls «V ■ ' * Entered at the Postoffice at Canadian as second-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 inch single column, $1,50 per month. 8 or more inches $1,00 per inch per month. Locals, first insertion 15c per line Additional insertions 10c per line. Job work at reasonable prices. Bills ^presented monthly. HEMPHILL COUNTY OFFICERS 2udire, - E E. Polly Sheriff, T. T. McGee Deputy Sheriff, • - - G. W. Akin? CMrk,, * «*•**. Hopkins Treasurer. .... J. J. Gerlaeb Legal adviser to the Commission- er 'Court. ... - B.M. Baker Justice of the Peace - - Chris Stump A ftfleflflOT. . - . • • Lewis Dirr. Surveyor, .... W. S. Docker. COMMISSIONERS. first District, - Second District, Third District, Fourth District, strict Judge, District Attorney, Samuel Pollar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 19 December 1888

/ mm- m \m CAN Lsr ^14 -Kfr - Vol. 2. Canadian, hemphill County. Texas. Wednesday Deo. 19 1833. No 21 h . :v^. \ 11 '.V : H&5 fe-Sfe- DISTRICT COURT. Court was opened Dec. 10th with Hon. Frank Willis presiding; W. 8. pecker, acting district attorney, T. T. 34eOee.sheriff, and J. H, Hopkins, clerk, in attendance. 3^5 ke, Bert Peacock and Sterling Brown were ap- pointed bailiffs. The grand jury was composed of Ed, Fletcher, foreman, Jas. Thomas, D. B. Veach, J.P. Yae- ger, J. V,. Herrington. J. J. Sutherland W. H. Hopkins, W. S. Atwood, Geo. Puyatfi, C. H.Shaller,G'C. Akins,amd jSftEBPel Pollard. ? * *■ December 11th. T. M. Lewis; J. C. Turner and Vas Stic* *> were appointed jury comrnis- gjoT erp. Paul Hofle and Robert Moody each ■füleá il 0.00 for not putting in an ap- pearance when their names weit tailed «•jurors. % Jury commissioners were discharged tíiey having completed their daties. State of Texas vs Buck Woods, theft tit cattle, not guilty. State of Texas vs Geo. Simps...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 19 December 1888

• ••••• ■-M sq© ; - a? §SKS08i£S^«P* -- fe ti \ Canadian Free Press. CANADIAN, TEX A 9 It is rumored in Paris that M. Gounod, the composer, is losing1 his mind. The Emperor of Japan devotes a deal of his time to pipe-smoking, and is iond of fishing and duck-shooting. Rider Haggard wears a queer vel- < vet coat, cut short behind, which gives his tall, lank figure a peculiar appear- The Duke of Veragna, a lineal de- scendant of Columbus, makes a fortune as a breeder of bulls for the Madrid arena. The baby German Prince is in feeble health, and is rumored to have inheri- ted its father's malformation of the left arm. It is said that Mr. Chamberlain, on account of his marriage, will sever his local connection with Birmingham and go to live in London. Pjetur Pjetursson, "Bishop of Ice- land, has just celebrated his eightieth birthday. He is still iHgorous, in spite of the long- period during which he has borne his name. 'Miss Catherine T. Simonds has just retired from the position of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 19 December 1888

TRIAL OF SANTA CLAU8. éj&'r 3PV9 beard that there has been a vote, The ques Ion, íb he fit to live? Some voted Ves I The others, No! The latter freely I forgive. t do not kmnr What Í have done lluit i sb-mld now be treated so; 2*rebeen t. air friend, their fathers' friend, Am! fathers' fathers', long ago. I know the timos have sadly changed, I sxd cnite old fashioned, now \ Bal «sk the little ones to vote; f To their decision I will bow. If I must die, njy dearest friends, One invor only will I ásk; Fill all those little stockings full, tTwiIl be for you a loving task. If I shooed sea on Christmas morn tío me little one from all apart, With empty stocking in her hand, Grieving alone, 'twould break my heart. Look! look! at that vast surging crowd Of chDdi-c>.. All are shouting; aye! Thank God! their little hearts are true; Oki ""SantaClaus is not to die." —Boston Transcript. 3 oris jm jjv mbs. 31. L. RAYNE. of Christmas I ? V It watf the morning Eve In Montenegro. The eon had ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 19 December 1888

* i . :■> 4 S:V - > ' ^ "" / I I — i ■■¿iWf ■ MM Canadian Free Press % -íjs ' '. >1 a L i \~- >f V - L f, ÜÜIM [éitsf m Froprifcisi. K. bl.ÓO FZB YEAK; $1 FOK SIX MONTH*. btkictly in advancb. ITBJJBHSD ETEKT WEDNESDAY Al CANADIAN. TKXAB. Bntered at the Postoffice at Canadiai. as second-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 inch single column. $1.50 per month t or more inches $1,00 per inch per ■ontb. Locals, first-insertion 16c ptr line Additional insertions 10c per line Job work at reasonable prices. Bill* presented monthly. HEMPHILL COUNT* OFFICERS Judy*. *• *• Po,,y Sheriff, Deputy Sheriff, Oerk. Treasurer. T. T. McG'e O. W. Akin J. I. Hopklni J. J. Gerlact LegaT adviser to the Commliaton- ere'Court. .... B. M. BakM Jnsttoe of the Peeee - - Chrla Stum, AiMNor. ..... Lewis Dirt Surveyor, - - - W.9. Decker COMMISSIONERS. Samuel Pollard O. C. Akin • - John Andersoi George Slmpeot fflrtt Diotrlcl. Second Diitrlot, IMrd District. Fourth Distrlot. •Irict Judge, District Attorn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 26 December 1888

m o.v- mm. sa§® CAN > I.IIII1 9 - t¡: Vol. 2. Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas, Wednesday Deo. 261888. No 22 m m ii?v The Special Findinevin the Jail Case. •4* W. H. Hopkins, et *1. ) tí \ No 10. r E. Polly, et si. ) At the request of the defendant* '.e Ceurt makes and submits the >¡ .owing special findings of law and • • t, towit.— 1. That plaintiffs are resident payers of HemphiU eoiinty as .tad and tc t*ie exteut stated in original petition filed in this - «/ ; a. . 2. That Samuel Pollard, G. C. * k) Akin, J H. Anderson and ' ■*-*« • u. te Sinpson during' the two > <- i> last past have been the duly eltcted qualified1 and acting county county conimiseioners ef Hemphil county, Texas. The said Pollard for Preeinct No. 1 The as id Akin for Precinct No. 2 The said Anderson for Precinct No 3 The said Simpson for Precinct No. Also, that defendant X. E. Pollv ' • «luting the two pears !a*t past has he n the daly elected, qualified and «cting ounty judge ef saH county. i "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 26 December 1888

Canadian Free Press. CANADIAN, Andrew Carnegie says he will sub- Bcribe as much as any one else to the Parnell fund. Senator John Sherman, an insur- ance paper reports, carries $350,000 in policies on his life. The president's private secretary will still wear a Bible name. Daniel will give place to Elijah. The inauguration of Garfield (pro- cessions, ball and display) cost $30,000; that of Cleveland $69,000. Fifteen years ago Omaha offered fifteen acres of land for a city park for $12,000, which is now worth $750,000. It is said that, when Gen. Boulanger obtains a divorce from his present wife, he will marry one of the richest widows in France. Up to date the expense in building the Eiffel tower has been 3,500,000 francs, and more than 11,000,000 pounds of iron have been used. A farmer in Monterey county, Cal., is preparing to sow 16,000 acres with grain this winter. He is to use 68 8- horse plows, it is said. The highest priced St. Bernard dog in the world is one recently shown at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 26 December 1888

Congregation of the Silver- Tottgued Divine, Enchanted by His Eulogistic Endeavor— His Vast Audience A&Iow •"*% With Enthusiasm—The •s Rev, Talmage in a Golden Effort. tñie Dolce and Sweetened Fig a Terror to Boils—Our Souls Filled With Scrofula * ■pedal to The Kansas City Times. Brooklyn, Dec. 23.—At the Tabernacle to-day the Rev. T. De Witt Taimare, D. D., read and expounded a chapter about the multiplication of loaves and ñshe3. The opening hymn was: "The morning light Is breaking, The da-kni-88 disappear*." Dr. Talmage took as the subject of Tils sermon, "A B&d Boil Cured." The text was: 4tI have bfcard thy prayer; behold, I will healths. And Isaiah said: Take a lump of figTi. And they took and laid it on the bo>'M and he recovered."—2 Kings xx, 5, 7. Luxurious living is not healthy. The second generation of kings and queens and lords and princcs is apt to be brainless and invalid- The second crop of grass is almost always short. Royal blood is generally scrofulous. Y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 26 December 1888

"SfcFSSSSk -r' W 1 jHi 1 • .t-v . 1«J ,-'-• ,«■> ,;t t-j- i ■ lin i '■!■! i i Canadian Fie©: Press, «MR OFFICIAL ORGAN OF HBMPHILL COUNTY. L !, UIW Eto trtd Proprietor. •1.60 PER YEA ; fl'FOB SIX MONTHS. STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. PVBL18BID KVEKT "WED NESD A Y CANADIAN. TEXAS. at Entered at the Postoffice at Canadian as second-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 inch single column, $1,50 per month li or more inches $1,00 per inch per month. IXK-als.'first insertion 15c per line Additional insertions 10c per line . Job Tvork at reasonable prices. T,:" presented monthly. Bills- HEMPHILL COUNTY OFFICERS Judge, K. E. Polly Sheriff, ' T. T. McGe Deputy Sheriff, - -- - O. W. Aklni- Clerk. J- H- Hopktn Treasurer. . - - J. J. Gerlact Legal advlwr to the CommlHslon- ere'Court, - B. M. Bakri Justice of the Peace - - Chris Stunu AweMor. L^wla Dlrr Surveyor, .... W. 8. Decker COMMISSIONERS. Samuel Pollnrrt G. C. Akin? John Andcrt>ni George Slmpuot First District, *coml District, Third District, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 2 January 1889

mm i '* - fliaSPS •#: ? ; jr K? re? ¿%¿j life :: S>!.:-' jj|3ry i - ¡fe" i K;:'- > II * íi m m? :• • / IfR í E5¿-„ —¿t;- b>v- lis Sill iüÜ -v* ' It ■ " iS if * .■; - Hg ■ im - - Vol. 2. Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas, Wednesday Jan. 2 ,1889. I . I I . -: :• 1$ ,, I . @g SNfcS/i LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Ed Fletcher was in town to-day. Candial} is a gejn is what everybody saya. áup't W. H. Hopkins was in the city to-day. Geo Berry arrived in lownthis morn- ing. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cooper were in^own Tuesday. A Ball was given Tuesday evening iii Hays' building. Mr. J. J. Sutherland drove over to Mobeetie to-day. W. J. Todd of the Bar C rinch was in the city Saturday. Hon. B. M. Baker has b^en absent at Mobeetie for several days. Don't forget the grand masquerade ball ■and carnival, Feb. 22nd. Misses Anna and Katie Polly were in the city Saturday last. Why don't you tafce a look at B. K Harrington ft Co's new price list? A watch meeting, was held at the school house New Year's eve. J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 2 January 1889

Canadian Free Press. CANADIAN, - TEXAS There existed no distinction between lay and eccelesiastical court* in Eng- land until after the Noman conquest. Carbon was shown to be a distinct dement by Lavoisier in 1788, who proved the diamond to be its purest iorm, and inverted it into carbonic acid gas by combustion. The first great canal in Eng land was the Bridgewater Canal, which was be- gun by the Duke of Bridgewater in 1759, and completed two years later. The length of the canal is about two a* ty-one miles. Assignats was the name given to a forced paper currency ordered by the National Assembly of France to sup- port public credit during the revolu- tion, in 1790. They were superseded in lJTi)6 by mandats. In the large cities the custom Is grow- ing of selling fruit by auction. Tons of oranges, lemons and grapes are sold daily in New York city to the highest bidder, and in a limited way the same custom prevails in Boston. The Flori- da orange shippers are the latest con- verts to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 2 January 1889

..^JívÍT"'*'■■■' MfefrlIaÉ . .. -•••,',•••• - . ••. ' v ■ •• ••'■ '"■ ' ■- ■• -■ : -KV:- -Ai**- v'• ORIGIN OP ORNAMENTS. H Ulngs and Bracelets Survive as Relies of Barbarism and Servl- ; tude. j Few who bedeck themselves with ¡gold and silver ornaments pause to re- ject upon the orginal signification of such things, or imagine that they are the relics of the barbarism of •our early history, says the London ^Standard. Yet,undoubtedly such is the case. The glittering necklet which the nineteenth century lady clasps aronnd / her neck is only a survival of the old practice of placing a metal collar upon a slave as a mark of ownership, and the bracelet of the maiden and the manacle of the felon have a common origin. In the same way rings were once worn as a bage of serfdom, but possibly because of the ease with which they could be detached from the finger and destroyed their use for this purpose was soon abandoned, Among the early Jews they were used as a symbol of author- ity. Pharoah p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 2 January 1889

ssáiiÉí .. • m ' - ■ • 4 ' Íl ®y-j Kg fiíS RF 1: Q2SAN O* OOUHTY. Press, HWPB1LL L I BUM ültir is4 PíaprieUr. «1.50 PKR TSAR; «i TOR SIX MONTHS. «TOTCTLT IN ADVANCE. SLltHED ETEITY WEDNESDAY CANADIAN. XSXAS. AT loitered at tbe Posto# ee at Canadian as second-class matter. gp^pps % •v- y " ' . * • ; f' ' ^ , •: 3> 'v.,-. >- -« • • jrr '"i • ... — - -j~—.• -¿£r-.*-*- vr'rjriiri-**--w. t^.... ..« .. , . . , — ADVERTISING TiATEF. inch single column. ?J.50 per month. U or melé inches 51,00 \^%v inch per j ' l/Ocals, first inserí ion 15c per line ;:-Additional insertion* 10c per Jin*. Job work atieasonable prices. Bill? ¡.Resented monthly. SEMPIIILL COUNT? OFFICERS .litdfe. K- «S- Pollj J&ertff, T. T. MoCe# fw puty Sheriff, - G. W. Aktrv « tfrk. J. H. Hopkln' Tresaurer. - - - - J. J. Gerlael Adviser to the Coosmi.iaion- «**'Court. .... B. M. Bako .'MttlcS of the Peace - Chris 81«in] Aw«wor. Lewis Dlrr Hffiirayor. - W. 8. Decker COMMISSIONERS. Sauvuet Pollard G. C. AWn> John A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 9 January 1889

W> '•H If id H <m - &¡ GAN ADi vol. 2. Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas, Wednesday Jan. 9,1889. SEVENTY ACRES. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Come to Canadian on February 22d. Dave Hargrave was in town Monday. lev Bates departed Monday for Mo- lí ette. Geo. W. Paryear was in town Mon- day. Farmer-Stumboul was in town yes- terday. , D. E. Bnrns of Miami was in town tc-day. T. M. Lewis was over from the Wash- ita Monday. A heavy wind surprised the natives Monday night. Jas. MacKenzie came in from the ranch Sunday evening. Rev. W. A. Cooper held services in this city Sunday last. Messrs. Brown have been on a hunt for a week past. Senator Temple Houston's office paraphernalia has arrived, What a Parker county Farmer Raised with one Mule's Help. From E. W. Matthews is learned the particulars of what E. 6. Horn, a Parker county farmer, succeeded * raising in the year 1888. Home lives two miles from Poolville and has sev- enty acres of land. When the season began he had two mules and a hors...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 9 January 1889

* T-. m m m —— t r .i * 38ig- - i i Canadian Free Press. CANADIAN, TEXAS The damage dono to summer resorts along the Atlantic each winter is esti- at $2,000,000. The wealthy Chinese of Portland, Ore., have subscribed money to build a large hospital for their countrymen. A iBCW volcano is reported from Hui- mal* guillo district, Tobasco, %*hich is spouting forth large streams of red water. Mrs. Nevin of New York has built and furnished a parsonage for the new American church at Nioe at an expense of $20,000. Mobile has a $500,000 appropriation for her harbor, and the largest ocean vessels vjill by and by be enabled to lie at he? wharves. TnE champion economist of the nine- teenth century lives in Fulton county, Georgia. He has his socks and gloves made from his own hair. The people of France have a thou- sand millions of francs inyested in the Panama canal, and the chances are they will never get back a sou. A well-known lawyer of San Diego, Cal., while in a barber's chair, turned su...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 9 January 1889

J, ; ■¿mm ■*v raffffi ir— ht- ' FRUGALITY AND INDUSTRY. The Rev. Talmage Makes a Noble Effort in His Description—The Coffin, Shroud and Hearse, are Brought to Play in the Sermon. tf I forget Thee, forget me such a Christian disnostion as independent of all cirbum- You 0an't Knock at the Gates of Heaven After a Sinful Career and Gain Ad- ' mission* i.i'- Cpeclal to Thi* Knnsa-j City T!n> 1ÍHOOKLYX, Jan. 6.—Át the Tabernacle to- day the Rev. T. ne Witt Talmage, D. D., preached a discourse on the subject: "Does Religion Prvi' The opening by ran was: V.y tloys arc r: .«ngnviftly by, Aiui I & o? ranger, ^Vould not ie: ia l',i<:in «tlicy íly. 1 bese bi>;rt of toil an 1 iunj r. The text was: rtOodlmess is profitable un- to all things, having proiróse of the life that 'iiow is and of tua*. which is to cotrie."-"-i Timothy iv, 8. iJi Taltaage said- A happy New Year to one and all! There i3 a gloomy and passive way of "waiting for the events of the oj ening year to cornc upon us,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 9 January 1889

NI i T i * t t Sr; tí_.- Sp lrc\ Jt§ mi m ovvicul omák or COUNTY. a L !. BARM Eiitir til Praprictsr. •1.m pkr tear; SI por six months. atrictly ih adtanck. pvbli9x1kd every wednesday at canadian. texas. Entered st tbe Postoffice at Canadian as second-class matter. ADVEHTI8ING RATES. 1 Inch single column. $1.50 per month. 2 or more inches $1,00 per inch per month. Locals, first insertion 15c per line Additional insertions 10c per line Job work at reasonable prices. Bills presented monthlv. FFMPniLL COUNTY OFFICERS .iiV 'O, E. E. Polly ¡flirlff, T. T. McO^ Dapnt; Sheriff, - - G. W. Akin* Oerk, J. H. Hopkln Treasurer. - - - J. J. Gerlacli Legal ndriser to tYim Cum mission- . sn' Conrt. - - B. M Rnk^r .rustler of fhe Peace - - rhrlsSfiim? Apsessor. ..... I#wl§ Dirr lurTtynr, .... W. 8. T>rrkrr COMMISSIONERS. first District. Second District, Third District, fourth District, etrlct Judge, District Attorney. Samuel Pol lai d O. C. Aklns John Andersni George Slmpsor Frank Willi*. L. D. M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 16 January 1889

: se - • #- Ok / RES Vol. 2. H Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas, "Wednesday Jan. 16,1889. The pony and Tite Bull. im'iíli !ThiB rtolumn \r open to and we w< ¡ Id ¡ e pleased to notes from the Panhandle's farmers, relative to aoriculture. horticul- ture.or live-stock. As the Panhan- dle is a new country, it has not yet heen thoroughly demonstrated just what can or what cannot be raised in this section. By making public the result of your experiments, it wonld greatly assist the new comers and those who have not yet commenced to farm] THE SORGHUMS jr'OR FORAGE. J *>:- Siu Important Expeiiir^nts made by S. G. Carter.* ■ Editor FREE PRESS; In the spring of 1886, I noticed in the Atlanta Constitution that the oat crop throughout middle Georgia was all killed off. Mr. J. H. Alexander, prominent farmer of Augusta, through the same paper suggested the-planting of some of the sorghums, and mention- ed among other varieties, Yellow Milo Maize and Kaffir corn as being good grain and fodd...

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